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Kiwi e-commerce solutions firm appoints ex-Warehouse exec as new CEO

Kiwi e-commerce solutions firm appoints ex-Warehouse exec as new CEO

"His insights into multichannel and supply chain strategy, as well as his perspective on the services and solutions todays retailers require will be highly sought after by our clients.”

Kiwi e-commerce solutions company EstarOnline has named former Warehouse Group executive Andrew Buxton as CEO.

Joining from The Warehouse Group, Buxton held a range of retail leadership, supply chain, and IT roles since 2003, bringing over 25 years’ experience in multi-channel environments, gained with Australasian, UK and Asian retailers, including start-ups and global brands to the company.

“Andrew is a highly experienced retailer whose experience in New Zealand and our key markets will be fully utilised to help EstarOnline meet our growth potential," says Stuart Nattrass, Chairman, EstarOnline.

"His insights into multichannel and supply chain strategy, as well as his perspective on the services and solutions todays retailers require will be highly sought after by our clients.”

Most recently Buxton lead the growth of The Warehouse Group’s digital expansion strategy for two years as CEO Multi-Channel for the Group, and CEO of Torpedo 7.

Through this period he lead the multichannel growth across traditional brands, as well as development and acquisition of multiple new businesses and brands including Torpedo 7, R&R Sports, 1-day.co.nz, Number 1 Fitness, Shotgun Supplements, Big Bucket Deals, TV International Brands, and pet.co.nz.

Established in Christchurch in 1998, EstarOnline's clients include EziBuy, Big W, Country Road, Briscoe Group, and Rodd and Gunn.


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